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colaborando y dando servicio a otros profesionales desde el año 2004.
Hemos ayudado a crear, desarrollar, implementar y consolidar a profesionales y empresas.
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. Identidad corporativa, Publicidad, Marketing y Comunicación: Asociados & Cia
. Hardware, Sistemas, Redes informáticas y Programación web: Enrique Ibáñez
. Gestión de dominios hosting web, servidores, correo corporativo y virtualización: Solunet
. Redes sociales: Ceci León
. Gestiones ante administraciones (licencias, alta S.S., Agencia Tributaria, etc.): Seficonsa
. Asesoría fiscal, contable y de RRHH: Seficonsa
. Informática (software): Teek Solutions
. Gestión de compras: Federico Herrero
. Eventos: OZ Marketing y Comunicación
. Inmobiliaria: Real Quality
. Decoración: Isabel Acero de Mesa

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You're welcome to link to how to make homemade Deodorant About Orange or use a single image with a brief description to link back to any post. Since I was heading to the gym, I didn't add spritz-on perfume because the deodorant seemed to have enough scent to carry me through. I was under the impression that baking soda contained aluminum too, but turns out it doesn't! That, ahem, was the beginning of my journey to find a non-toxic deodorant that can handle the manliest of smells. In the future I plan to even try drying out some orange peel and using that in the deodorant power. Some people experience a detox" period when they start using natural deodorant. I don't add anything to ours, the light scent of the coconut oil is enough for me.

iframe width="640" height="360" src="//" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen title="Watch Later (c) by" style="float:right;padding:10px 0px 10px 10px;border:0px;">The one thing I can recommend trying is applying some diluted apple cider vinegar to your armpits (with a cotton ball or spray bottle) a few times (like maybe everyday for a few days) to try to help balance the pH of your pits - that could be the issue.

What distinguishes these clinical type deodorants from the average deodorant is that they are more expensive and usually contain Aluminum Zirconium Trichlorohydrex Gly 20%. Another option is to rub coconut oil on your armpits (like lotion) and then dust baking soda on with a makeup brush- you can touch up during the day with the powder, which soaks up sweat and smells… an it travels well, too! I thought you should put bentonite clay in plastic or metal; only glass containers.

Once I had a gallon of the stuff, it was time to make a real mimicked deodorant by adding coconut oil to the baking soda and cornstarch mixture. I accidentally added non-aluminum baking powder instead of baking soda… The deodorant is rising and foaming/fizzing. If you whip the coconut oil with a hand mixer or kitchen aid and then beat in the baking soda you get a lighter creamier mix that works well in the kind of deodorant dispenser they put gel deodorant in. See, coconut oil melts at about 72 degrees F — the temperature of a moderately warm summer day.

We are trying to be frugal this year (or rather that should ready have to be frugal this year :) ) and I had been looking for an easy deodorant recipe. I don't mind the deodorant being runny, but currently, with the shea butter, it's like a really creamy conditioner / paste and I don't have to wait for it to totally soak in before dressing. Ylang ylang essential oil has a pleasant smell and immune strengthening properties. I have been struggling with the inconsistency of coconut oil during hot and cold periods.

Before applying it I rub some neat coconut oil under my armpits, then add my deodorant on top of that. This results in NO irritation and the mixture is still very effective for well over 24 hours. There's just enough baking soda to keep me fresh and not enough to make me burn.